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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:

  • Workers` Homes: Improvement and Technology
    The industrialisation of England in the 19th and early 20th centuries brought about great changes in the living conditions of working people in both town and country.
  • Greek Mythology (Online)
    What are Greek myths? Who told them and why? How can we interpret them? Why are they still so powerful? How much history do they contain? This course will explore these fascinating tales from the past and attempt to make sense of them.
  • Pompeii and the Cities of the Roman World (Online)
    Pompeii, preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79, is one of the most well known archaeological sites in the world. Examining the evidence from Pompeii, enables us to learn much about urban living in the Roman world.
  • Ritual and Religion in Prehistory (Online)
    How can we begin to understand the spiritual lives of prehistoric people? When do religious ideologies first appear on the human evolutionary timescale? Using both anthropology and archaeological evidence these and many other questions are examined.
  • Archaeology and Ethics
    The course considers the exciting and provocative topic of Archaeology and Ethics. We take into account a range of themes including contestation, ownership, heritage and identity. It includes field trips, discussion and debate.

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